Message from the Principal

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Greetings Saxons,

Saxon Country has been abuzz this week with expressions of appreciation for our phenomenal instructors as we celebrated Teacher Appreciation Week. We send a Saxon salute and thank you to our teachers for all they do to support our students! Thank you to the PTSA for providing lunch and gift cards to our staff in recognition of the week.

While we are in the final weeks of the school year, our students continue to perform at a very high level!

CONGRATULATIONS to the new Student Representative to the FCPS School Board!  Pranav Choudhary, a Langley HS  junior, is the 21-22 Student Representative to the board. Pranav, we are very proud of you!

Langley Model UN won the BEST LARGE TEAM DELEGATION award (equivalent to FIRST PLACE) at the recent Thomas Jefferson High School Model UN competition. We salute each of the participants.

The top runner from the Langley Cross Country team, Boden Gentile, finished the 5K course in 14th place at the VHSL State Cross Country Competition. Way to go, Boden!

Congratulations to the cast & crew of “Never Swim Alone” for taking first place at the regional competition.  They will now move on to the VHSL state competition!

We wish you luck!

A final shout out and thank you to each of the mothers and maternal figures in our school community. The amazing accomplishments of our students are a direct result of the care, love, and nurturing you provide on a daily basis. I wish each of you a wonderful Mother’s Day.

Wishing you wellness,

 

Langley AP Exam Attendance Policy

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Langley AP Exam Attendance Policy

2021 AP Exams begin on Tuesday, May 4 and conclude on Friday, May 28. Some exams will be administered as paper, in-person exams whereas others will be taken digitally at home. The Langley AP Exam Attendance Policy for both formats is as follows for students scheduled to take an AP Exam.


While Monday has no scheduled classes, all students taking Monday AP Exams will be excused from 3rd period since that is the only period students are accounted for per county/state attendance policies.

Students are expected to attend all classes/class periods and are accountable for any/all assignments and assessments in those classes for which they are not excused by the above policy.

If you have questions about a specific AP Exam, please contact your student’s AP teacher.

If you have general questions about AP Exams/AP Programs, please contact AP Testing Coordinator Katie Robinson kerobinson1@fcps.edu or AP Academic Coordinator Ryan Jackson rnjackson@fcps.edu.

If you have questions about the AP Exam attendance policy, please contact Assistant Principal Jim Robertson jrobertson@fcps.edu.

If you need to contact the Attendance Office for student absences not addressed by the above policy, please contact Nancy Schultz nschultz@fcps.edu or 703-287-2727.

For the full Langley AP Exam Schedule, please visit https://langleyhs.fcps.edu/student-services/student-testing

6520 Georgetown Pike, McLean, VA 22101 | Phone: 703-2872700
Websites: Langley High School | Langley PTSA | FCPS

This Week at Langley

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LANGLEY CALENDAR

All events listed below are available on the “Langley Calendar”.  You can click on the event for additional information.

Monday, May 3

Wednesday, May 5

  • PTSA General Membership, 9:30 a.m.

Friday, May 7

  • Senior Class Parent Forum, 12:00 p.m.

Monday, May 10

  • Biology, Geosystems, Chemistry SOL’s
  • Saxon Parents Walk & Talk, 1:30 p.m.

Monday, May 17

  • Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry SOL’s
  • Saxon Parents Walk & Talk, 1:30 p.m.

Monday, May 31

  • Memorial Day Holiday

Wednesday, June 2

  • Class of 2021 Graduation @ Jiffy Lube Live, 4:00 p.m. 

Friday, June 11 

  • Last Day of School, Early Release 

 

Did You Know…The term “Languishing” was coined by a sociologist named Corey Keyes, who was struck that many people who weren’t depressed also weren’t thriving. 

Languishing is a sense of stagnation and emptiness. It feels as if you’re muddling through your days, looking at your life through a foggy windshield. And it might be the dominant emotion of 2021. Here is the full NY Times article.

Grading Policy Changes for HIGH SCHOOL

Prior to Spring Break, Dr. Brabrand also released updated end-of-year grading policies. That letter can be found in its entirety here

Key options for high school students are:

  • Use of No Mark (NM) instead of F grades for all courses. In these cases,students would not have an F factored into their GPA. A “NM” would appear on the transcript in lieu of an F.  However, they would still be required to retake the course if it was a graduation requirement. The course could be taken over the summer, if offered, or the following school year. In addition, students would not be permitted to move on to the next level of a course if the “NM” is not rectified. 
  • Final Exam flexibility that ensures an exam can only serve to improve a student’sgrade for the year. Collaborative teams will discuss if a final exam opportunity will  be made available to students.  If a final exam is offered, it can only serve to improve a student’s grade, not hinder it. 
  • Allowing students/families to choose a mark of “P” (pass) instead of passing letter grades (C’s or D’s for example) as their final mark for up to two courses. Families who wish to pursue this option must turn in thisform to the Student Services Department by May 10, 2021. Any families who want to learn more about the impact of a “P” for college acceptance, NCAA clearinghouse, or other matters can visit the Secondary Grading and Reporting website FAQ portion found here.

If you are interested in one or more of the options above, please reach out to your student’s counselor to further discuss.  

Graduation Information - Class of 2021

Please know graduation information is now posted on the Langley Website here: Class of 2021

Information includes rehearsal dates, venue information and much more.  Please be sure to read through this information thoroughly.  More information will come through the month of May.

Student Intention Forms for 2021-2022  | Only for those families NOT returning.

We need your help in projecting our total enrollment for next school year.  For families NOT returning to Langley HS in the fall of 2021 - 2022, please complete and return the “Student’s Intention for the Next School Year” form by May 14, 2021. 

A typed parent/guardian name on the Parent Signature line is acceptable.  Student ID Number may be left blank.  Save the completed form, attach it to an email and send at MJGratz@fcps.edu.

Access the “Student’s Intention for the Next School Year” on the FCPS public website:

https://www.fcps.edu/registration/forms#intention-form  

Please join our Langley PTSA next week for the last PTSA General Membership virtual meeting of the school year on Wednesday, May 5 at 9:30 am. Meeting business includes voting on the slate of LHS PTSA officer nominees for 2021-22, providing updates from committees and on end-of-year items, such as senior events. The officer slate was announced at the March meeting and is posted, along with next week’s meeting link, on the PTSA homepage at www.ptsalangley.org

Nominate a Junior for Outstanding Service Award

Do you know a junior whose dedication to volunteerism is exemplary? The PTSA Awards for Outstanding Service honors Langley juniors who have demonstrated excellent service achievement and an ongoing sense of commitment to a worthy cause at LHS or the community at large. The winners receive a certificate and monetary award. Nominations can be submitted by teachers, peers, parents, coaches, guidance counselors, and club and organization sponsors. Self-nominations are allowed, too! The deadline is Fri, May 7. Click here to nominate a student.

Need a graduation gift? Teacher gift? A thank you to a great coach or mentor? Give a gift that lasts -- a leaf on the Legacy Tree! You choose the perfect engraving! 

The Legacy Tree is growing in Langley's front entrance (across from the office) for all to enjoy for years to come. Donating a leaf (copper $50, silver $100, gold $200) or bird or acorn ($500), is a great way to pay tribute to your favorite people.  

Funds raised will be used to landscape the third (and final!) courtyard in Langley. The more metallic leaves on the Legacy Tree, the more actual leaves there will be in the courtyards. 

To order your leaf -- or leaves! -- visit the PTSA website . Questions? Email chrissielavin1@gmail.com .

SAVE THE DATE for Langley High School Virtual Summer Math Camp! Mark your calendars now for July 5th-16th and July 19th -30th for two great weeks of summer math camp offerings! More details on registration will follow soon, but here's a glimpse... These sessions will tentatively be held from 9am – 1pm each day. The Math Camp is designed to prepare students for the math course they will be taking during the 2021-2022 school year.  We offer four different camps, with each offering classes in Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, and Pre-Calculus. Students should sign up for the class that they will be taking during the coming year.  The two-week course is designed to introduce students to their upcoming curriculum and reinforce crucial prerequisite knowledge. Langley Math Teacher will be leading these sessions.    Please complete the Math Camp Interest Form no later than 5/14/2021 to help us with our planning. 

FCPS Standard Calendar for School Year 2021 - 2022

2021-2022 Standard School Year Calendar (as of March 19, 2021)

6520 Georgetown Pike, McLean, VA 22101 | Phone: 703-2872700
Websites: Langley High School | Langley PTSA | FCPS

This Week at Langley

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LANGLEY CALENDAR

All events listed below are available on the “Langley Calendar”.  You can click on the event for additional information.

Monday, April 26

-English Reading SOL

-Junior Parent Forum, 9:30 a.m.

-Saxon Parents Walk & Talk, Langley Track, 1:30 p.m.

Saturday, May 1

-Senior Prom

Monday, May 3

-AP Testing Begins

-Saxon Parents Walk & Talk, 1:30 p.m.

Wednesday, May 5

-PTSA General Membership/Principal’s Coffee, 9:30 a.m.

Friday, May 7

-Senior Class Parent Forum, 12:00 p.m.

Monday, May 10

-Biology, Geosystems, Chemistry SOL’s

-Saxon Parents Walk & Talk, 1:30 p.m.

Monday, May 17

-Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry SOL’s

-Saxon Parents Walk & Talk, 1:30 p.m.

Monday, May 31

-Memorial Day Holiday

Wednesday, June 2

-Class of 2021 Graduation

 

Did You Know… According to Harvard Medical “Sleep and mental health are closely connected. Sleep deprivation affects your psychological state and mental health. And those with mental health problems are more likely to have insomnia or other sleep disorders.” Click here to read how  psychiatric conditions such as ADHD, depression, bipolar and anxiety can affect sleep.

Spirit Week!

Class of 2021 - Service Hours 

According to FCPS, service hours should be uploaded into x2Vol by May 1, 2021.  Information on how to upload hours and applications for Seals can be found on the LHS website at Seniors, Class of 2021 Service Learning Information.

Please remember: Service learning is NOT mandatory in Fairfax County Public Schools so this process is not intended to add any last minute stress to our senior students.  But if students have the verified and approved hours, and want to apply for a Service Cord, Civic Seal, or STEM Seal, please see the LHS website for information.  Questions?  Please contact Betsy Shomaker at enshomaker@fcps.edu

Class of 2021--Graduation Announcements

The official Langley High School 2021 graduation announcements are now available at Balfour!  These announcements are completely optional.  If you are interested, please click on or copy and paste the link below into your browser if you choose to order the announcements.  www.balfour.com

Here is step by step instructions on how to order:

Step 1- Go to balfour.com

Step 2- Type in Langley High School under "Shop my School"

Step 3- Select "Announcements"

Step 4- Complete your information

Step 5- Checkout 

You can also order other "Grad Essentials" such as Class Rings, Diploma Frames, Souvenir Tassels, 2021 Apparel, etc. on the website.  Orders will be shipped home.

If you have any questions please contact Balfour at 703-941-1436 or balfournova@yahoo.com.

Grading Policy Changes for HIGH SCHOOL

Prior to Spring Break, Dr. Brabrand also released updated end-of-year grading policies. That letter can be found in its entirety here

Key options for high school students are:

  • Use of No Mark (NM) instead of F grades for all courses. In these cases,students would not have an F factored into their GPA. A “NM” would appear on the transcript in lieu of an F.  However, they would still be required to retake the course if it was a graduation requirement. The course could be taken over the summer, if offered, or the following school year. In addition, students would not be permitted to move on to the next level of a course if the “NM” is not rectified. 
  • Final Exam flexibility that ensures an exam can only serve to improve a student’sgrade for the year. Collaborative teams will discuss if a final exam opportunity will  be made available to students.  If a final exam is offered, it can only serve to improve a student’s grade, not hinder it. 
  • Allowing students/families to choose a mark of “P” (pass) instead of passing letter grades (C’s or D’s for example) as their final mark for up to two courses. Families who wish to pursue this option must turn in thisform to the Student Services Department by May 10, 2021. Any families who want to learn more about the impact of a “P” for college acceptance, NCAA clearinghouse, or other matters can visit the Secondary Grading and Reporting website FAQ portion found here.

If you are interested in one or more of the options above, please reach out to your student’s counselor to further discuss.  

SAVE THE DATE for Langley High School Virtual Summer Math Camp! Mark your calendars now for July 5th-16th and July 19th -30th for two great weeks of summer math camp offerings! More details on registration will follow soon, but here's a glimpse... These sessions will tentatively be held from 9am – 1pm each day. The Math Camp is designed to prepare students for the math course they will be taking during the 2021-2022 school year.  We offer four different camps, with each offering classes in Algebra 1, Geometry, Algebra 2, and Pre-Calculus. Students should sign up for the class that they will be taking during the coming year.  The two-week course is designed to introduce students to their upcoming curriculum and reinforce crucial prerequisite knowledge. Langley Math Teacher will be leading these sessions.    Please complete the Math Camp Interest Form no later than 5/14/2021 to help us with our planning. 

Action Requested: Help save trees and FCPS $$ on postage by opting in to receive “Paperless” Report Cards (that can be printed through ParentVUE)

Parents/Guardians may opt into “Go Paperless” for report cards by following the below instructions:

  • Parents/Guardians can take advantage of the paperless option, by logging into ParentVUE, then going to “My Account” and selecting "Go Paperless!". This is the only way to keep a paper report card from being generated for students at the secondary level. All parents who share the same address as the student must have a SIS ParentVUE account and must select the paperless option.

FCPS Standard Calendar for School Year 2021 - 2022

2021-2022 Standard School Year Calendar (as of March 19, 2021)

6520 Georgetown Pike, McLean, VA 22101 | Phone: 703-2872700
Websites: Langley High School | Langley PTSA | FCPS

Message from the Principal

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Greetings Saxons,

What a week in Saxon Country! Our students continue to amaze with their outstanding intellect and fantastic talents. We have much to celebrate in this week’s message.

Congratulations to the cast and crew of  Saxon Theatre’s “Never Swim Alone,” which took first place at the VHSL Sectional competition last week. We salute Cole Sitilides and Leland Hao who were also awarded top honors as Best Actors.


Hats off to Langley Volleyball- Northern Region Champs! Way to go, team!

Congratulations to Audrey Kim, Emily Wang and Alina Ho who qualified for the VHSL Girls’ Golf State Championship! We certainly wish them well!


A huge shout out to Langley’s Golf team which garnered its fifth consecutive VHSL state championship win this past Monday. The team has broken the VHSL record for most consecutive state championships. Additionally, we congratulate Kelly Chinn on his individual state title.

One of the many traditions at Langley HS is our career fair. This year, the event was held virtually. Thank you to Langley’s PTSA for their sponsorship of The Career Connections event. Thank you to the following students who served on the planning committee: Dani Grieco (co-chair), Ariana Sanjideh (co-chair), Keelin Byrne, Ella Fedewa, Anjali Fedewa, Alisha Luthra, Caroline Senich, Katherine Senich.

 


Langley teachers and staff sincerely thank our Girl Scouts and the Girl Scouts Nation’s Capital for the generous donation of cookies. The Girl Scout love was felt and appreciated by all!

May this weekend bring everyone an opportunity for relaxation and fun!

Wishing you wellness,

 

This Week at Langley

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LANGLEY CALENDAR

All events listed below are available on the “Langley Calendar”.  You can click on the event for additional information.

Monday, April 19

-PSAT 10

-Saxon Parents Walk & Talk, Langley Track, 1:30 p.m.

Thursday, April 22

-Substance Abuse Prevention Series Part 3, 12:00 p.m. or 7:00 p.m.

Monday, April 26

-English Reading SOL

-Junior Parent Forum, 9:30 a.m.

-Saxon Parents Walk & Talk, Langley Track, 1:30 p.m.

Upcoming Events 

Saturday, May 1

-Senior Prom

Monday, May 3

-AP Testing Begins

-Saxon Parents Walk & Talk, Langley Track, 1:30 p.m.

Wednesday, May 5

-PTSA General Membership/Principal’s Coffee, 9:30 a.m.

Friday, May 7

-Senior Class Parent Forum, 12:00 p.m.

Monday, May 10

-Biology, Geosystems, Chemistry SOL’s

-Saxon Parents Walk & Talk, Langley Track, 1:30 p.m.

Monday, May 17

-Algebra 1, Algebra 2, Geometry SOL’s

-Saxon Parents Walk & Talk, Langley Track, 1:30 p.m.

Monday, May 31

-Memorial Day Holiday

Wednesday, June 2

-Class of 2021 Graduation

 

Did You Know…The DEA holds 2 annual drug take back days, the next one is April 24 from 10:00-2:00. Langley’s Substance Abuse Prevention Specialist, Kelly Rankin will be at the Mclean District Police Station front parking lot between 10:00-Noon.  Feel free to stop by and meet Kelly or take the opportunity to ask questions about prevention.

Substance Abuse Prevention

Drug Trends: Identifying Common Household Items and Drug Culture -- Apr 22

Click here to join a 12 pm or 7 pm session on the following dates:

The series is designed to help build awareness and arm parents with knowledge and tools to identify early signs of substance use, as well as discuss parents’ role in prevention and how to have effective conversations with teens about addiction. Ms. Rankin is a great resource for our students and parents. Questions? Contact her at Krankin@fcps.edu or 703-287-2744.

 

Class of 2021 - Service Hours 

According to FCPS, service hours should be uploaded into x2Vol by May 1, 2021.  Information on how to upload hours and applications for Seals can be found on the LHS website at Seniors, Class of 2021 Service Learning Information.

Please remember: Service learning is NOT mandatory in Fairfax County Public Schools so this process is not intended to add any last minute stress to our senior students.  But if students have the verified and approved hours, and want to apply for a Service Cord, Civic Seal, or STEM Seal, please see the LHS website for information.  Questions?  Please contact Betsy Shomaker at enshomaker@fcps.edu

Class of 2021--Graduation Announcements

The official Langley High School 2021 graduation announcements are now available at Balfour!  These announcements are completely optional.  If you are interested, please click on or copy and paste the link below into your browser if you choose to order the announcements.  www.balfour.com

Here is step by step instructions on how to order:

Step 1- Go to balfour.com

Step 2- Type in Langley High School under "Shop my School"

Step 3- Select "Announcements"

Step 4- Complete your information

Step 5- Checkout 

You can also order other "Grad Essentials" such as Class Rings, Diploma Frames, Souvenir Tassels, 2021 Apparel, etc. on the website.  Orders will be shipped home.

If you have any questions please contact Balfour at 703-941-1436 or balfournova@yahoo.com.

Grading Policy Changes for HIGH SCHOOL

Prior to Spring Break, Dr. Brabrand also released updated end-of-year grading policies. That letter can be found in its entirety here

Key options for high school students are:

  • Use of No Mark (NM) instead of F grades for all courses. In these cases,students would not have an F factored into their GPA. A “NM” would appear on the transcript in lieu of an F.  However, they would still be required to retake the course if it was a graduation requirement. The course could be taken over the summer, if offered, or the following school year. In addition, students would not be permitted to move on to the next level of a course if the “NM” is not rectified. 
  • Final Exam flexibility that ensures an exam can only serve to improve a student’sgrade for the year. Collaborative teams will discuss if a final exam opportunity will  be made available to students.  If a final exam is offered, it can only serve to improve a student’s grade, not hinder it. 
  • Allowing students/families to choose a mark of “P” (pass) instead of passing letter grades (C’s or D’s for example) as their final mark for up to two courses. Families who wish to pursue this option must turn in thisform to the Student Services Department by May 10, 2021. Any families who want to learn more about the impact of a “P” for college acceptance, NCAA clearinghouse, or other matters can visit the Secondary Grading and Reporting website FAQ portion found here.

If you are interested in one or more of the options above, please reach out to your student’s counselor to further discuss.  

Sophomores

Sophomore Treat Day is Monday, April 19th. Treats will be handed out to Sophomores from 12:00-2:00 after they have completed their PSAT. Those Sophomores that are not taking the PSAT can come to the school to pick up their treat in the bus loop during that time.

Sophomore Class Parent Forum scheduled for Tuesday, April 20th has been cancelled

FCPS Standard Calendar for School Year 2021 - 2022

2021-2022 Standard School Year Calendar (as of March 19, 2021)

6520 Georgetown Pike, McLean, VA 22101 | Phone: 703-2872700
Websites: Langley High School | Langley PTSA | FCPS

Message from the Principal

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Greetings Saxons,

Another week is in the books in Saxon Country. Before we start this week’s celebration, I would like to address a situation which created anxiety for some of our students. This week’s Langley Links lessons were a two-part segment which related to microaggression, allyship and the discrimination members of the AAPI community have faced throughout American history. Tuesday’s lesson began with a student survey. A number of parents and students took time to share some students found the survey troubling. Please know, that as we continue to work to make Langley a safe space for all, it was never our intention to make students feel uncomfortable. For this, I apologize. Based upon the feedback and comments many of you shared, we have reflected and implemented additional steps to ensure this mistake is not repeated. I thank you for your understanding.

Our students continue to shine this spring. Great things are happening on the stage, court, and field. As the talents and skills of our students are unmatched, let’s get this party rolling!!

Congratulations to the following teams which competed in the National Japan Bowl.
Level 4
Sophie Galova
Nava Berwick
Claire (Seohyun) Yoon

Level 3- This team made the finals and finished 3rd nationally.
ElaineZou
Melody (Pachia) Vang
Audrey McKnight

Please join me in giving the following volleyball players a round of applause!
Nina Kernan- Named 1st Team All Northern Region
Lauren Sung - Named All Northern Region Defensive Specialist of the Year
Amelia Kim -Player of the Year for the Northern Region
Ijenna Mere- 2nd Team All Northern Region

A shoutout to our Saxon Theatre. They earned 4 Superiors and are District Champions!

Congratulations to our Boys Golf team. For the fourth consecutive year, they are Northern Region Champions!

Student Spotlight- Kelly Chinn

Kelly is a senior who is a member of our golf team. During this school year, Kelly has received numerous national recognitions. He earned the Byron Nelson Award and was named Rolex Junior Player of the Year. Additionally, in January, we was named the 2020 Virginia State Golf Association Player of the Year. Kelly, congratulations, on receiving the well-deserved awards. Saxon Country is proud of you.

I wish everyone wellness and a fabulous weekend,

 

This Week at Langley

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LANGLEY CALENDAR

All events listed below are available on the “Langley Calendar”.  You can click on the event for additional information.

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Monday, April 12

-Career Connections, 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

-Saxon Parents Walk & Talk, 1:30 p.m.

-LHS PTSA Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Committee Virtual Meeting, 7:30 p.m.  

Monday, April 19

-PSAT for Grade 10 

-Saxon Parents Walk & Talk, 1:30 p.m.

Thursday, April 22

-Substance Abuse Prevention Series Part 3, 12:00 p.m. or 7:00 p.m.

Monday, April 26

-Junior Parent Forum, 9:30 a.m.

-Saxon Parents Walk & Talk, 1:30 p.m.

Did You Know…Synthetic cannabinoids are sometimes misleadingly called synthetic marijuana (or fake weed), and they are often marketed as safe, legal alternatives to that drug. In fact, they are not safe and may affect the brain much more powerfully than marijuana; their actual effects can be unpredictable and, in some cases, more dangerous or even life-threatening. For more information about synthetic marijuana visit NIDA.

Langley’s newly revamped and all virtual Career Connections is excited to announce a line-up that includes over 35 remarkable professionals!

This virtual event will be held Monday, April 12 from 10:00AM to 1:00PM via Blackboard Collaborate. Please encourage your student(s) to sign up via Schoology using access code: VF6S-QMJ3-QCK53. Just by signing up, they will be automatically be registered for a chance to win a gift card!

Substance Abuse Prevention

Drug Trends: Identifying Common Household Items and Drug Culture -- Apr 22

Click here to join a 12 pm or 7 pm session on the following dates:

The series is designed to help build awareness and arm parents with knowledge and tools to identify early signs of substance use, as well as discuss parents’ role in prevention and how to have effective conversations with teens about addiction. Ms. Rankin is a great resource for our students and parents. Questions? Contact her at Krankin@fcps.edu or 703-287-2744.

 

Seniors

According to FCPS, service hours should be uploaded into x2Vol by May 1, 2021.  Information on how to upload hours and applications for Seals can be found on the LHS website at Seniors, Class of 2021 Service Learning Information.

Please remember: Service learning is NOT mandatory in Fairfax County Public Schools so this process is not intended to add any last minute stress to our senior students.  But if students have the verified and approved hours, and want to apply for a Service Cord, Civic Seal, or STEM Seal, please see the LHS website for information.  Questions?  Please contact Betsy Shomaker at enshomaker@fcps.edu

Sophomores

Sophomore Treat Day is Monday, April 19th.  Treats will be handed out to Sophomores from 12:00-2:00 after they have completed their PSAT.  Those Sophomores that are not taking the PSAT can come to the school to pick up their treat during that time.  More details to follow.

The Tuesday, April 20th 9:30am Sophomore Class Parent Forum has been cancelled.  

Langley's student-produced literary magazine, The Kaleidoscope has recently published it's first "print" issue of the year. Please take a look!

Link: https://www.april.langleykaleidoscope.com/

Kaleidoscope April Issue_.pdf

FCPS Standard Calendar for School Year 2020 - 2021

Click here to view and download the FCPS Standard Calendar for School Year 2020 - 2021

April 5

Student Holiday (Teacher Workday) 

May 31

Holiday (Memorial Day) 

June 11

 Last Day of School, Year-End (Early Release) *

 

FCPS Standard Calendar for School Year 2021 - 2021

2021-2022 Standard School Year Calendar (as of March 19, 2021)

6520 Georgetown Pike, McLean, VA 22101 | Phone: 703-2872700
Websites: Langley High School | Langley PTSA | FCPS

Message from the Principal

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Greetings Saxons,

I hope spring break provided everyone an opportunity to rejuvenate and recharge. As we have entered the final quarter of the school year, we encourage our students to put their best foot forward to finish the year strong! Our students have been busy over the past few weeks showing their Saxon Shine so let’s start our celebration!

Congratulations to the following students who competed in the FCPS Regional Science Fair and were recognized for their submissions.

Third Place
Stephanie Ma, Connor Oakes -The Effect of Various Aspects of Windmill Design on Amassed Energy
Teddy Kim -Golf Push Cart Electric Generator

Honorable Mention
Arwen Jones -The Effect of Pollution on the Level of Oxygen Produced By Plants
Jenna Cai -Developing an Alerting Device to Prevent Hot Car Deaths
Shaan Sabharwal -The Effect of Different Materials on Frequency-Dependent Sound Absorption
Alisha Luthra- Using Artificial Intelligence to Assess Individual's Lung Health and Calculate Probability of COVID Infection

Congratulations to the Langley musicians selected to participate in All State Music activities. These tremendously talented students are commended for this distinguished achievement.

All Virginia Bands Participants
Justin Bahr
Melanie Chuh
Beth Johnston
Muriel Wallach
Amanda Yo, Austin Zhang

All- Virginia Chorus Participants
Brandon Edgerly
Maggie Worden
All-State Chorus 1st Alternates
Leland Hao
Shriya Iyer
Ryan Jones

All-Virginia Orchestra Participants
Otto Janke
Alyssa Kim- 4th year participating in 1st violin section
In addition, Alyssa was selected to lead the orchestra as Concertmaster, which means she was the top-rated violinist in the entire state of Virginia!

Langley’s Science Olympiad team competed in the State Science Olympiad before spring break and finished 2nd overall in the State!
Individual Award Winners
1st place:
Josh Jones and Bright Liu in Astronomy
Zach Baker in Digital Structures
2nd place:
Josh Jones and Kwanwoo Park- Chemistry Lab
Kwanwoo Park and Luke Flaxman- Circuit Lab
Samantha Ritchie and Erika Li- Fossils
Josh Jones and Emily Wu- Machines
Kwanwoo Park, John Rieling, and Sankrith Ramani- Protein Modeling
Rupa Siva and Victoria Li- Water Quality
Rupa Siva and Kacy Lee-Write It CAD It
3rd place:
Rupa Siva and Victoria Li-Disease Detectives
Rupa Siva, Victoria Li, Kacy Lee- Experiment & Data Analysis
Samantha Ritchie and Zach Baker- Vehicle Design

Congratulations to our phenomenal student athletes on their outstanding accomplishments!

Langley Golf- Liberty District Champions
Kelly Chinn-Individual Liberty District Golf Champion
Langley Girls Cross Country- Liberty District Champions


Field Hockey Senior Night


Field Hockey Rotary Cup Champions!
1st District Team Field Hockey
Hannah Abele
Sophia Perkins


Saxons are Liberty District Volleyball Champions!
Liberty District Volleyball Player of the Year – Amelia Kim
Liberty District Volleyball Libero of the Year – Lauren Sung
1st District Team Volleyball
Amelia Kim
Nina Kernan
Ijenna Mere
Lauren Sung


This is National Library Week. Thank you to Mr. Clark and Ms. Ortiz for their ongoing support of our students and staff!


We celebrate our assistant principals: Mr. Biernesser, Ms. Moore, Mr. Robertson and Mr. Sykes during National Assistant Principals Week!

March was National Athletic Trainers’ Month. We send a huge thank you Ms. Bigles, our athletic trainer. Thank you for all you do to support our Saxon athletes.

Thank you to the volunteers and those who donated during the Langley HS & Cooper MS - PTSA Food Drive. More than 2000 food items were donated to Share of McLean.

May each of you have a fabulous weekend!

Wishing you wellness,

 

This Week at Langley

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LANGLEY CALENDAR

All events listed below are available on the “Langley Calendar”.  You can click on the event for additional information.

Go to the Langley Calendar NOW! Add to your favorites for easy access.

Monday, April 5

-Teacher Workday (Student Holiday)

Monday, April 12

-Career Connections, 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Tuesday, April 20

-Sophomore Parent Forum, 9:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.

Thursday, April 22

-Substance Abuse Prevention Series Part 3, 12:00 p.m. or 7:00 p.m.

Monday, April 26

-Junior Parent Forum, 9:30 a.m.

Did You KnowAlex Pattakos Ph.D. from Psychology Today writes, “The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has put life into perspective, to be sure, and, importantly, has challenged us to identify and focus on what really matters. The basic prescriptions for better health and a more meaningful life have not changed much over time. We just need to follow the path the ancient Greeks have laid out for us!”

Here is the full article The Greek Path to Well-Being

FCPS-issued Laptops

As we are now utilizing concurrent learning, please be sure that you are using your FCPS-issued laptop regularly. FCPS laptops are optimized to work on the school network, unlike devices you may be using at home. Additionally, many school programs and tests are required to be run on your FCPS laptop. If you have not been using your FCPS laptop regularly, please begin doing so now to prepare yourself to bring it every day you are in the building. If your laptop requires updates, drive to the nearest FCPS school and turn the laptop on in the parking lot. The laptop will connect to the FCPS network and download important updates. Please submit an IT request if you are having difficulty with your school laptops.

Langley Career Fair is back and better than ever! This year, our new Virtual Career Connections will allow students a convenient, virtual way to connect with local professionals, ask questions about their career paths and seek advice in finding possible summer internships or learn more about that future dream job! Students mark your calendars for this event on Blackboard Collaborate on Monday, April 12th from 10AM to 1PM. Our Career Connections student committee is still seeking professionals in arts, engineering, medical, government, sciences, and public relations to participate. If you’re interested in participating please email us at: langleycareerday@gmail.com or fill out this form. We look forward to hosting this exciting virtual event that all of our students can attend and enjoy! 

Substance Abuse Prevention

Drug Trends: Identifying Common Household Items and Drug Culture -- Apr 22

Click here to join a 12 pm or 7 pm session on the following dates:

The series is designed to help build awareness and arm parents with knowledge and tools to identify early signs of substance use, as well as discuss parents’ role in prevention and how to have effective conversations with teens about addiction. Ms. Rankin is a great resource for our students and parents. Questions? Contact her at Krankin@fcps.edu or 703-287-2744.

 

Are your service hours up-to-date and approved?

Saxons:  log on to your x2Vol account through Naviance to make sure your service hours are up-to-date.  Service learning is not required by FCPS but strongly encouraged here at Langley. Students who earn 40 hours or more of service during their four years in high schools will receive the Service Learning Cord to be worn at graduation.  If you need assistance logging your hours, visit the LHS website at https://langleyhs.fcps.edu/student-life-activities/service-learning for instructions on tracking hours.  Please remember all service hours must be verified by an adult before they can be approved (LHS allows parents to verify hours during COVID). If you have any questions, please contact Mrs Shomaker in Student Services at enshomaker@fcps.edu

Action Requested: Help save trees and FCPS $$ on postage by opting in to receive “Paperless” Report Cards (that can be printed through ParentVUE)

Parents/Guardians may opt into “Go Paperless” for report cards by following the below instructions:

  • Parents/Guardians can take advantage of the paperless option, by logging into ParentVUE, then going to “My Account” and selecting "Go Paperless!". This is the only way to keep a paper report card from being generated for students at the secondary level. All parents who share the same address as the student must have a SIS ParentVUE account and must select the paperless option.

Buy a Leaf for the Courtyard

Buy a leaf -- or more -- for the Courtyard Legacy Tree fundraiser! We still have an empty Science Courtyard that needs landscaping.   

To fund the project, donate a leaf to the Langley Legacy Tree, the beautiful wall sculpture that is "growing" in the Langley Lobby, across from the Main Office.

The Legacy Tree is a permanent and prominent record of generous courtyard contributors. Choose your engraved message — leaves make wonderful tributes to students, teachers, family and friends!

Giving levels are copper leaf ($50), silver leaf ($100), gold leaf ($200) and acorn or bird ($500). To donate your tree leaves/acorns/birds, click on the Langley PTSA homepage and scroll down to the Legacy Tree article. Questions? Email chrissielavin1@gmail.com

Are you tired of cooking and the cleanup? Want to support Langley Choir (and great local restaurants) while eating delicious food in the comfort and safety of home? Please mark your calendars for Wednesday, April 7th at 5:00 pm.  Amazing restaurant Lebanese Taverna (owned by beloved McLean and Arlington neighbors) will be doing an exclusive online order and delivery Langley Choir -- or anyone who wants to support it!  Ordering is available below through this exclusive  “Langley Choir Order Link”.  https://www.giftrocker.com/secure/Order/?h=ee55e5e8 Lebanese Taverna will donate 15% of EVERY order to Langley Choir! Contactless pickup will be at Langley High School at 5:00 pm.  If we get a lot of orders, we will stagger pickup times. 

FAQs:

1. Yes, feel free to share this link with friends (and yes, you can put on your neighborhood list serv if so inclined, we’d appreciate it) who are happy to come over and pick up on April 7th at 5:00 pm. 

2. Yes, you can "carpool" dinner and pick up more than one family's dinner.  Everything is paid for in advance, so you just have to give the names you're picking up.

3.  No, the full Lebanese Taverna menu isn't available, just the favorites that travel well!

Any other questions can be sent directly to the Lebanese Taverna team at events@cateringbylt.com or call 703-841-1503. I hope you are able to enjoy their delicious food and support Langley Choir and this family-owned, local business, that began in our area over 35 years ago.  You might recognize just a couple of the family at pickup! https://www.giftrocker.com/secure/Order/?h=ee55e5e8

Fairfax County Public Schools Standard Calendar for School Year 2020-21

Click here to view and download the FCPS Standard Calendar for School Year 2020 - 2021

April 5

Student Holiday (Teacher Workday) 

May 31

Holiday (Memorial Day) 

June 11

 Last Day of School, Year-End (Early Release) *

6520 Georgetown Pike, McLean, VA 22101 | Phone: 703-2872700
Websites: Langley High School | Langley PTSA | FCPS

Message from the Principal

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Dear Langley Families,

As we begin spring vacation we want to encourage our families and students to disconnect from school and technology. While we realize some students may have a long-term assignment due after the break, or are working to make-up assignments, no work will be due the first two full days back to school.  We have also instructed that our teachers not give any major assessments the first two full days (April 6 and 7)  back to school. This follows our practice related to holidays and breaks from school.

We hope that everyone can relax, decompress, and disconnect from school technology.  We are hopeful that this will allow families to have meaningful time with their children over spring vacation.  Children and adults need breaks from the many demands of school life. A healthy balance is critical to everyone’s well-being.

If you make plans to travel, please consider the following information:

  • The Virginia Department of Health urges all Virginians to avoid non-essential travel, especially if you are at higher risk of serious COVID-19 or if you will be visiting someone at higher risk of serious COVID-19. This recommendation applies to everyone, even if you have been vaccinated against COVID-19 or have fully recovered from COVID-19.
  • FCPS does not currently have travel restrictions. Students are not required to quarantine or provide COVID-19 test results for either domestic or international travel.
  • Upon returning, any student, staff or visitor demonstrating symptoms of illness is asked to stay home to help “Stop the Spread” of COVID-19. 

Class of 2021 students and families will be excited to know that FCPS is planning to hold in-person graduation ceremonies this year. While our traditional venue, DAR Constitution Hall, is not an option, we are exploring alternative sites. 

The Governor made the announcement on March 17, stating that outdoor ceremonies are being permitted, with a limit of 5,000 people or 30 percent of the capacity of the venue, whichever is less; and indoor ceremonies are limited to 500 people or 30 percent of the venue’s capacity, whichever is less. Attendees will be required to wear a mask and practice social distancing at the ceremonies. We will share event details with you in the next few weeks! 

I hope that you all have a wonderful spring vacation!

Wishing you wellness,

 

This Week at Langley

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LANGLEY CALENDAR

All events listed below are available on the “Langley Calendar”.  You can click on the event for additional information.

Go to the Langley Calendar NOW! Add to your favorites for easy access.

Monday, March 22

-Share Food Drive, LHS Parking Lot, 10:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.  

Thursday, March 25

-Substance Abuse Prevention Series Part 2, at 12pm and 7pm

Friday, March 26

-End of 3rd Quarter, Two Hour Early Release

Monday, March 29 – Friday, April 2

-Spring Break

Monday, April 5

-Teacher Workday (Student Holiday)

Monday, April 12

-Career Connections, 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Tuesday, April 20

-Sophomore Parent Forum, 9:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.

Thursday, April 22

-Substance Abuse Prevention Series Part 3, 12:00 p.m. or 7:00 p.m.

Monday, April 26

-Junior Parent Forum, 9:30 a.m.

Did You Know…From 1995 to 1997 Kaiser Permanente conducted a study by collected data on adverse childhood experience (ACE Study).  Over 17,000 Health Maintenance Organization members from Southern California receiving physical exams completed confidential surveys regarding their childhood experiences and current health status and behaviors.  The CDC and Kaiser joined forces and continue to use outcomes of the ACE Study to educate doctors, communities, and mental health provider on the long term effects of negative childhood experiences. 

Here is more information on the ACE Study - https://www.cdc.gov/violenceprevention/childabuseandneglect/acestudy/index.html

FCPS-issued Laptops

As we are now utilizing concurrent learning, please be sure that you are using your FCPS-issued laptop regularly. FCPS laptops are optimized to work on the school network, unlike devices you may be using at home. Additionally, many school programs and tests are required to be run on your FCPS laptop. If you have not been using your FCPS laptop regularly, please begin doing so now to prepare yourself to bring it every day you are in the building. If your laptop requires updates, drive to the nearest FCPS school and turn the laptop on in the parking lot. The laptop will connect to the FCPS network and download important updates. Please submit an IT request if you are having difficulty with your school laptops.

AP Exam Information:

AP Testing is coming up soon, so please review the AP testing calendar found on the Langley Website here and familiarize yourself with the testing windows and formats of your test(s). Further instructions will be sent, but below you will find a link to the updated 2021 Langley AP form. You should fill this form out if you are:

  1. Requesting transportation for an exam given at Langley (please refer to AP calendar for the list of tests that are in person vs. virtual)
  2. Need to request breakfast/lunch for an in-person exam given at Langley (please refer to AP calendar for the list of tests that are in person vs. virtual)
  3. Need to cancel an exam (or opt out)
  4. Need to request a change from an in-person exam given at Langley to a virtual exam (e.g. for health reasons)
  5. Need to report a conflict in your testing schedule (e.g. two tests given at the same time)

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSewB6UsB0hyfByUWQEcmPkkkofdDypSI8ZDIeTe6LBwrbpymA/viewform

ALL Responses are due by March 24th.  This form is to be filled out by students and they must be logged into their fcpssschools.net account in order to complete this form.  If you have any questions please email the AP Testing Coordinator, Katie Robinson at kerobinson1@fcps.edu

SPRING INTO ACTION - donate food items for Share of McLean’s spring food drive in the LHS parking lot on Mon, March 22, 10:30 am-2:30 pm. Let’s help Share and help our neighbors. Share is currently supporting over 300 local families with food supplies.

When dropping off items at LHS, look for your grade’s drop-off station in the parking lot (and wear a mask). The grade with the most participants and/or donated food items will be recognized!

Take a selfie in front of the Share banner and submit it on x2vol for an hour of service learning. Want to help? Parent and student volunteers are needed! Click here to volunteer.

Substance Abuse Prevention

LHS Substance Abuse Prevention Specialist Kelly Rankin will present the second in a three-part parent education series on substance abuse prevention on March 25. In the 20-minute session, Ms. Rankin will discuss the development of the teenage brain and the impact of drugs on brain development.

Each session is offered twice -- choose the time that works for you! Click here to join a 12 pm or 7 pm session on the following dates:

Drugs and the Teenage Brain -- Mar 25

Drug Trends: Identifying Common Household Items and Drug Culture -- Apr 22

The series is designed to help build awareness and arm parents with knowledge and tools to identify early signs of substance use, as well as discuss parents’ role in prevention and how to have effective conversations with teens about addiction. Ms. Rankin is a great resource for our students and parents. Questions? Contact her at Krankin@fcps.edu or 703-287-2744.

Langley Career Fair is back and better than ever! This year, our new Virtual Career Connections will allow students a convenient, virtual way to connect with local professionals, ask questions about their career paths and seek advice in finding possible summer internships or learn more about that future dream job! Students mark your calendars for this event on Blackboard Collaborate on Monday, April 12th from 10AM to 1PM. Our Career Connections student committee is still seeking professionals in arts, engineering, medical, government, sciences, and public relations to participate. If you’re interested in participating please email us at: langleycareerday@gmail.com or fill out this form. We look forward to hosting this exciting virtual event that all of our students can attend and enjoy! 

Are your service hours up-to-date and approved?

Saxons:  log on to your x2Vol account through Naviance to make sure your service hours are up-to-date.  Service learning is not required by FCPS but strongly encouraged here at Langley. Students who earn 40 hours or more of service during their four years in high schools will receive the Service Learning Cord to be worn at graduation.  If you need assistance logging your hours, visit the LHS website at https://langleyhs.fcps.edu/student-life-activities/service-learning for instructions on tracking hours.  Please remember all service hours must be verified by an adult before they can be approved (LHS allows parents to verify hours during COVID). If you have any questions, please contact Mrs Shomaker in Student Services at enshomaker@fcps.edu

Spring Break Travel

Spring break is just around the corner. Here are some tips to be aware of as families and FCPS staff make plans:

  • Virginia Department of Health (VDH) urges all Virginians to avoid non-essential travel, especially if you are at higher risk of serious COVID-19 or if you will be visiting someone at higher risk of serious COVID-19. This recommendation applies to everyone, even if you have been vaccinated against COVID-19 or have fully recovered from COVID-19.
  • FCPS does not currently have travel restrictions. Students are not required to quarantine or provide COVID 19 test results for either domestic or international travel. Parents may opt to keep their students at home for 14 days after they return from travel, however, it is not required.
  • Per the Student Health and Safety Guidance Document, a Daily Health Screening Questionnaire will be required for all students attending in-person instruction. These daily health screening questionnaires will be completed on an honor basis and will not be required to be submitted to the school.

Any student, staff or visitor demonstrating symptoms of illness is asked to stay home to help “Stop the Spread” of COVID-19. Updates and information is here: https://www.vdh.virginia.gov/coronavirus/coronavirus/travel-to-areas-with-widespread-ongoing-community-spread/ https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/travelers/testing-international-air-travelers.html

Buy a Leaf for the Courtyard

Buy a leaf -- or more -- for the Courtyard Legacy Tree fundraiser! We still have an empty Science Courtyard that needs landscaping.   

To fund the project, donate a leaf to the Langley Legacy Tree, the beautiful wall sculpture that is "growing" in the Langley Lobby, across from the Main Office.

The Legacy Tree is a permanent and prominent record of generous courtyard contributors. Choose your engraved message — leaves make wonderful tributes to students, teachers, family and friends!

Giving levels are copper leaf ($50), silver leaf ($100), gold leaf ($200) and acorn or bird ($500). To donate your tree leaves/acorns/birds, click on the Langley PTSA homepage and scroll down to the Legacy Tree article. Questions? Email chrissielavin1@gmail.com

Fairfax County Public Schools Standard Calendar for School Year 2020-21

Click here to view and download the FCPS Standard Calendar for School Year 2020 - 2021

March 26

End of Third Quarter – 2-hour Early Release

March 29 - April 2

 Holiday (Spring Break) 

April 5

Student Holiday (Teacher Workday) 

May 31

Holiday (Memorial Day) 

June 11

Last Day of School, Year-End (Early Release) *

6520 Georgetown Pike, McLean, VA 22101 | Phone: 703-2872700
Websites: Langley High School | Langley PTSA | FCPS

Message from the Principal

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Greetings Saxons,

We are quickly adjusting to the routine of concurrent learning. The rhythm of the school day has returned to the building. It is so good to hear students’ laughter and to see their faces during the school day. We have much for which to be joyful. Let’s celebrate.


Congratulations to the seniors on the dance team!


We celebrate out senior volleyball players!

We salute two Saxons for their wins during the Virginia Future Health Professionals (HOSA) State Leadership Conference. Daniela Arboleda  earned 1st place in Medical Assisting. William Orr earned 2nd place Extemporaneous Writing.

Congratulations to Shreya Papneja who has been named a recipient of the Fairfax County 2021 Student Peace Award. Shreya established the nonprofit CHAPS - Children’s Health Awareness Program in Schools. The mission of CHAPS is to enable school children to make health-conscious decisions.

CHAPS has conducted multiple events in which speakers talked to school-age children and their parents about health and nutrition and provided them with information on local resources. Other CHAPS conferences partnered with the Fairfax charities, Cornerstones and Food for Others, to conduct food drives. During the COVID pandemic, the program raised over $5,000 for the charity Real Food for Kids through outreach and a GoFundMe account. The donation was used to provide nutritious food to students and their families who lost access to school meals due to school closures. Shreya, thank you for caring for others during these challenging times.

Student Spotlight

Saxon Senior Lucy Chen is the co-founder and executive director of Codefy, a fiscally sponsored 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that strives to provide computer science education to everyone. The organization runs many free programs, including a hackathon, research program, and bi-weekly workshops. Students and volunteers are from all over the U.S. and the world to include: California, Texas, Colombia, India, China, Canada, Ecuador. The largest program is the coding classes, which all feature a lesson followed by hands-on projects in breakout rooms, so students can learn coding under the guidance of trained mentors. To date, 5 sessions of 10+ coding classes, have been taught; 200+ volunteers have taught 2000+ students. Thanks to Langley student volunteers for their partnership in the program. We salute: Alisha Qian, Alison Buckler, Annie Zhang, Arna Bhardwaj, Audrey McKight, Brayden Huang, Bright Liu, Eshna Parth, Hana Abouelenein, Ishan Dogra, Jack Ellinger, Justin Bahr, Kaavya Radhakrishnan, Leena Bacha, Miles Yang, Pranav Gupta, Riker Wilson, Sammie Kenney, Shaan Sabharwal, Spencer Nash, Zach Tam.

As the calendar turns to spring, it is my hope that the new season will bring a sense of hope and joy to all. We have much to anticipate and celebrate in the final months of this school year. Saxon country remains committed to meeting the academic and emotional needs of each of our students.

Hail Saxons,

 

This Week at Langley

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LANGLEY CALENDAR

All events listed below are available on the “Langley Calendar”.  You can click on the event for additional information.

Go to the Langley Calendar NOW! Add to your favorites for easy access.

Friday, March 19 

-Saxon Studio Presents "The Party Hop", 7:00 p.m.

Saturday, March 20 

-Saxon Studio Presents "The Party Hop", 7:00 p.m.

Monday, March 22

-LHS/Share Food Drive

Thursday, March 25

-Substance Abuse Prevention Series Part 2,  at 12:00 p.m. and 7pm

Friday, March 26

-End of 3rd Quarter, Two Hour Early Release

Monday, March 29 – Friday, April 2

-Spring Break

Monday, April 5

-Teacher Workday (Student Holiday)

Monday, April 12

-Career Connections, 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Tuesday, April 20

-Sophomore Parent Forum, 9:30 a.m. – 11:00 a.m.

Thursday, April 22

-Substance Abuse Prevention Series Part 3, 12:00 p.m. or 7:00 p.m.

Monday, April 26

-Junior Parent Forum, 10:00 a.m.

Did You Know…Langley’s Substance Abuse Prevention Specialist Kelly Rankin has been invited to present and sit on a panel discussion with the McLean District Station Citizens Advisory Committee, Students Advisory Sub-Committee SAS, Youth & School Safety Program.  The topic will be "Fighting and Overcoming Addiction in Times of COVID-19: Support System and Community Resources.”  This is a virtual event for both parents and students on March 18th 4:30-6:00.

Click here to register.  

FCPS-issued Laptops

As we are now utilizing concurrent learning, please be sure that you are using your FCPS-issued laptop regularly. FCPS laptops are optimized to work on the school network, unlike devices you may be using at home. Additionally, many school programs and tests are required to be run on your FCPS laptop. If you have not been using your FCPS laptop regularly, please begin doing so now to prepare yourself to bring it every day you are in the building. If your laptop requires updates, drive to the nearest FCPS school and turn the laptop on in the parking lot. The laptop will connect to the FCPS network and download important updates. Please submit an IT request if you are having difficulty with your school laptops.

Online vs. In-person Instruction

To view your decision, please be sure to log-in to ParentVue on a computer (the app version on mobile devices does not show this information) and click on the Student Info tab.  Your decision can be found near the bottom of the page. 

If you would like to request a change in your status, please use the link below.  ALL requests MUST be submitted through the link below.  At this time, we are unable to accommodate students moving from online to in-person instruction however, we will create a waitlist to review if/when conditions allow.  Should we be able to accommodate your request, we will follow up with you accordingly. The deadline for request submissions is Friday, March 19, 2021 at 3:00 p.m.

SY20-21 Instructional Method Change Request (Late): https://forms.gle/THr3g8VCZQDWukG16

Class of 2021 St Patrick’s Day Senior Social 

Wednesday, March 17th  from 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Langley is hosting a St. Patrick’s Day Senior Social in the school's bus loop from 3:30-4:30pm on Wednesday, March 17th.   We want all of our Seniors to come to the  event to socialize and catch up with each other. Masks are required. Chairs will be placed 6 feet apart, so Seniors can catch up with their friends and teachers in an outdoor socially distanced space.

Seniors can grab an Irish treat when they enter and connect with their classmates and teachers.

Hope to see all the seniors there!

Contact : Jay O’Rourke at  jdorourke2@fcps.edu

SPRING INTO ACTION - donate food items for Share of McLean’s spring food drive in the LHS parking lot on Mon, March 22, 10:30 am-2:30 pm. Let’s help Share and help our neighbors. Share is currently supporting over 300 local families with food supplies.

When dropping off items at LHS, look for your grade’s drop-off station in the parking lot (and wear a mask). The grade with the most participants and/or donated food items will be recognized!

Take a selfie in front of the Share banner and submit it on x2vol for an hour of service learning. Want to help? Parent and student volunteers are needed! Click here to volunteer.

AP EXAMS 2021

FCPS has released the AP Exam testing schedule per College Board guidelines.  The exam schedule for Langley has been updated and posted to the website under student testing: https://langleyhs.fcps.edu/student-services/student-testing . Students who are enrolled in an AP Exam and their Enrolling parent will be emailed a google form on Monday March 15th where they will be able to indicate any adjustments/cancellations to their AP exams. If you have any questions please email the AP Coordinator, Katie Robinson at kerobinson1@fcps.edu

Substance Abuse Prevention

LHS Substance Abuse Prevention Specialist Kelly Rankin will present the second in a three-part parent education series on substance abuse prevention on March 25. In the 20-minute session, Ms. Rankin will discuss the development of the teenage brain and the impact of drugs on brain development.

Each session is offered twice -- choose the time that works for you! Click here to join a 12 pm or 7 pm session on the following dates:

Drugs and the Teenage Brain -- Mar 25

Drug Trends: Identifying Common Household Items and Drug Culture -- Apr 22

The series is designed to help build awareness and arm parents with knowledge and tools to identify early signs of substance use, as well as discuss parents’ role in prevention and how to have effective conversations with teens about addiction. Ms. Rankin is a great resource for our students and parents. Questions? Contact her at Krankin@fcps.edu or 703-287-2744.

Langley Career Fair is back and better than ever! This year, our new Virtual Career Connections will allow students a convenient, virtual way to connect with local professionals, ask questions about their career paths and seek advice in finding possible summer internships or learn more about that future dream job! Students mark your calendars for this event on Blackboard Collaborate on Monday, April 12th from 10AM to 1PM. Our Career Connections student committee is still seeking professionals in arts, engineering, medical, government, sciences, and public relations to participate. If you’re interested in participating please email us at: langleycareerday@gmail.com or fill out this form. We look forward to hosting this exciting virtual event that all of our students can attend and enjoy! 

Spring Break Travel

Spring break is just around the corner. Here are some tips to be aware of as families and FCPS staff make plans:

  • Virginia Department of Health (VDH) urges all Virginians to avoid non-essential travel, especially if you are at higher risk of serious COVID-19 or if you will be visiting someone at higher risk of serious COVID-19. This recommendation applies to everyone, even if you have been vaccinated against COVID-19 or have fully recovered from COVID-19.
  • FCPS does not currently have travel restrictions. Students are not required to quarantine or provide COVID 19 test results for either domestic or international travel. Parents may opt to keep their students at home for 14 days after they return from travel, however, it is not required.
  • Per the Student Health and Safety Guidance Document, a Daily Health Screening Questionnaire will be required for all students attending in-person instruction. These daily health screening questionnaires will be completed on an honor basis and will not be required to be submitted to the school.

Any student, staff or visitor demonstrating symptoms of illness is asked to stay home to help “Stop the Spread” of COVID-19. Updates and information is here: https://www.vdh.virginia.gov/coronavirus/coronavirus/travel-to-areas-with-widespread-ongoing-community-spread/ https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/travelers/testing-international-air-travelers.html

Action Requested: Help save trees and FCPS $$ on postage by opting in to receive “Paperless” Report Cards (that can be printed through ParentVUE)

Parents/Guardians may opt into “Go Paperless” for report cards by following the below instructions:

  • Parents/Guardians can take advantage of the paperless option, by logging into ParentVUE, then going to “My Account” and selecting "Go Paperless!". This is the only way to keep a paper report card from being generated for students at the secondary level. All parents who share the same address as the student must have a SIS ParentVUE account and must select the paperless option.

Buy a Leaf for the Courtyard

Buy a leaf -- or more -- for the Courtyard Legacy Tree fundraiser! We still have an empty Science Courtyard that needs landscaping.   

To fund the project, donate a leaf to the Langley Legacy Tree, the beautiful wall sculpture that is "growing" in the Langley Lobby, across from the Main Office.

The Legacy Tree is a permanent and prominent record of generous courtyard contributors. Choose your engraved message — leaves make wonderful tributes to students, teachers, family and friends!

Giving levels are copper leaf ($50), silver leaf ($100), gold leaf ($200) and acorn or bird ($500). To donate your tree leaves/acorns/birds, click on the Langley PTSA homepage and scroll down to the Legacy Tree article. Questions? Email chrissielavin1@gmail.com

From the PTSA
Help improve Schoology! To prepare for the system-wide rollout in the next school year, through the FCCPTA, FCPS is requesting additional input from the 17 Schoology Pilot Schools. PTA leaders (one per school) meet with FCPS on the evening of Tuesday, March 23rd. Please give your input! The more feedback FCPS receives, the more it benefits all children. FCPS has given us a list of survey questions. Please use this Google Form to send us your answers by 5pm on March 22nd. https://forms.gle/Un7dR9rsmqEjYxzY7

Ask your student(s) to help in this effort too, by attending a confidential 20-30 minute focus group session at 3pm on April 19th. Please fill out this form in advance to participate. https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSdDVdrS8NA_oEz5c-t6CUp4KfXPaOassf7xCFqucT7JSqJeOQ/viewform

Fairfax County Public Schools Standard Calendar for School Year 2020-21

Click here to view and download the FCPS Standard Calendar for School Year 2020 - 2021

March 26

End of Third Quarter – 2-hour Early Release

March 29 - April 2

 Holiday (Spring Break) 

April 5

Student Holiday (Teacher Workday) 

May 31

Holiday (Memorial Day) 

June 11

Last Day of School, Year-End (Early Release) *

6520 Georgetown Pike, McLean, VA 22101 | Phone: 703-2872700
Websites: Langley High School | Langley PTSA | FCPS

Message from the Principal

GovDelivery 1 month 3 weeks ago

Greetings Saxons,

Our two week welcome back celebration is in the books! Finally, all four grade levels have returned to in-person learning. The staff continues to be thrilled with being able to interact with students face-to-face. It is incredible to think that today marks the one year anniversary of building closures in FCPS. When we left Langley on that fateful day last year, none of us thought it would be eleven months before students would once again grace our halls. This past year has been filled with challenges but we have endured. While we aren’t through the storm, there is truly light peeking through the clouds. I remain thankful for your unyielding support and partnership during these past months. We have been, and will remain, Saxon Strong!

As we continue to take small steps back toward normalcy, I am thrilled to share with you news from Saxon Studio, Langley High School’s student production program! Please use this link to view the virtual play bill and to purchase tickets.

In February, 250 Saxons were part of the 300,000 students worldwide who took the American Mathematics Exam.  Congratulations to the following students who earned medals, certificates and the opportunity to advance to the next level of the American Invitational Competition Exam (AIME).   

AIME Qualifier

Otto Janke
Joshua Jones
Liyuan Liu
Audrey McKnight
Hussain Sheikh
Yeo Yeum

Honors

Charles McDermott
David Han
Scarlet Adams
Bethanie Hackett

A huge shout-out to the Langley hockey players who received Northern Virginia School Hockey League (NVSHL) All-Academic Honors:

Callie Cahill
Adam Cole
Aidan Jacques
Zach Jordan
Kameron Khazai
Michael Kuligowski
Peter Kuligowski
Max Moser
Brady Nicholas
Rohan Reddy
Noah Scheinerman
Matvey Shakula
Ethan J. Slamowitz
Leo Song
Charles David Tourbaf
Christopher Valko
Daniel Veretenov
Alston Zhang

I hope each of you has a wonderful weekend. Don’t forget to spring ahead one hour tomorrow night!

Wishing you wellness,

 

This Week at Langley

GovDelivery 2 months ago

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LANGLEY CALENDAR

All events listed below are available on the “Langley Calendar”.  You can click on the event for additional information.

Go to the Langley Calendar NOW! Add to your favorites for easy access.

Monday, March 8

-Staff Development (Student Holiday)

Tuesday, March 9

-In-Person Instruction Group 8 begins: Grades 10, 11

Wednesday, March 10

-PTSA General Membership/Principal’s Coffee, 9:30 a.m.

Thursday, March 11

-Blindspot Book Club Discussion, 7:30 p.m.

Friday, March 12

-Senior Class Parent Forum with Principal Greer, 11:00 a.m.

Monday, March 22

-LHS/Share Food Drive

Thursday, March 25

-Substance Abuse Prevention Series Part 2, 12pm or 7pm

Friday, March 26

-End of 3rd Quarter, Two Hour Early Release

Monday, March 29 – Friday, April 2

-Spring Break

Monday, April 5

-Teacher Workday (Student Holiday)

Did You Know… According to the Virginia Department of Health and the Office of the Chief Medical Officer overdose deaths for all drugs double in the second and third quarter of 2020 compared to 2019. The fourth quarter data is not available yet. Attached in the report for all drugs.  Here is the full report for each drug individually. 

Overdose data.pdf

FCPS-issued Laptops

As we are now utilizing concurrent learning, please be sure that you are using your FCPS-issued laptop regularly. FCPS laptops are optimized to work on the school network, unlike devices you may be using at home. Additionally, many school programs and tests are required to be run on your FCPS laptop. If you have not been using your FCPS laptop regularly, please begin doing so now to prepare yourself to bring it every day you are in the building. If your laptop requires updates, drive to the nearest FCPS school and turn the laptop on in the parking lot. The laptop will connect to the FCPS network and download important updates. Please submit an IT request if you are having difficulty with your school laptops.

Online vs. In-person Instruction

To view your decision, please be sure to log-in to ParentVue on a computer (the app version on mobile devices does not show this information) and click on the Student Info tab.  Your decision can be found near the bottom of the page. 

If you would like to request a change in your status, please use the link below.  ALL requests MUST be submitted through the link below.  At this time, we are unable to accommodate students moving from online to in-person instruction however, we will create a waitlist to review if/when conditions allow.  Should we be able to accommodate your request, we will follow up with you accordingly.

SY20-21 Instructional Method Change Request (Late): https://forms.gle/THr3g8VCZQDWukG16

As concurrent learning gets rolling and we turn to spring, the PTSA has upcoming events you won't want to miss. Mark your calendars for the next virtual General Membership Meeting on Mar 10, 9:30-11am. Click here for the meeting link, or find it on the calendar on the PTSA website homepage. We'll announce the slate of PTSA officer nominees for 2021-22, and Dranesville School Board Representative Elaine Tholen will provide updates on the LHS/McLean HS boundary adjustment, the 2021-22 FCPS budget, school calendar options and more. 

The Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion committee, along with Langley and Cooper DEI committees, will hold our next Blindspot book club on March 11, 2021 at 7:30 pm. Please feel free to join us even if you haven’t had a chance to read! We welcome all voices. If you would like to attend, please fill out this form: We will send out the meeting link the afternoon of the 11th.

https://forms.gle/HEF3evYvQCCFuHne9 

Virtual Senior Class Parent Forum - Class of 2021 parents are invited to hear Principal Greer provide updates for our graduating seniors. This virtual event is scheduled for Friday, March 12 at 11am.  If you have any questions--not student specific--please submit your questions using this form by Wednesday, March 10th at 12:00 noon. Additional information with links and dial-in information for the forum will be sent next week.

Here is the link address for your convenience: https://forms.gle/9VvmRAAc1UA4gYQUA

Donate food items for SHARE of McLean’s spring food drive in the LHS parking lot on Mon, Mar 22, 10:30 am-2:30 pm. Let’s help SHARE and help our neighbors. SHARE is currently supporting over 300 local families with food supplies.

When dropping off items at LHS, look for your grade’s drop-off station in the bus parking lot (and wear a mask). The grade with the most participants and/or donated food items will be recognized! Will the seniors take the crown again?

Take a selfie in front of the SHARE banner and submit it on X2VOL for an hour of service learning. Want to help? Parent and student volunteers are needed! Click here to volunteer.

Virtual Parent Education Series

Substance Abuse Prevention

Tune into this three-part Parent Education Series on Substance Abuse Prevention hosted by FCPS Substance Abuse Prevention Specialist, Kelly Rankin. The series will provide three 20-minute sessions for parents about the development of the teenage brain, impact of drugs on its development, and current drug trends. Each session is offered twice; choose the time that works best for you!  With a goal of building awareness and arming parents with the knowledge and tools to identify early signs of substance use, the series will explore parents' role in prevention, including how to have an effective conversation with your child about addiction.

Click here to join a session on the following dates and times: 

Part 2 - Drugs and the Teenage Brain on March 25, 2021 at noon and 7pm

Part 3 - Drug Trends: Identifying Common Household Items and Drug Culture on April 22, 2021 at noon and 7pm Kelly Rankin serves as a resource for students and parents with questions or concerns about substance use or addiction. She can be reached at Krankin@fcps.edu or 703-287-2744.

McLean Community Center | 2021 Governing Board Election

Want to be a leader? Want to earn valuable community service and outreach experience? Run for a seat on our governing board. 

Click here for additional information. 

Fairfax County Public Schools Standard Calendar for School Year 2020-21

Click here to view and download the FCPS Standard Calendar for School Year 2020 - 2021

March 8

Student Holiday (Staff Development Day)

March 26

End of Third Quarter – 2-hour Early Release

March 29 - April 2

 Holiday (Spring Break) 

April 5

Student Holiday (Teacher Workday) 

May 31

Holiday (Memorial Day) 

June 11

Last Day of School, Year-End (Early Release) *

6520 Georgetown Pike, McLean, VA 22101 | Phone: 703-2872700
Websites: Langley High School | Langley PTSA | FCPS

Message from the Principal

GovDelivery 2 months ago

Greetings Saxons,

I’m still riding high from the thrill of welcoming students back to the building this week. When schools closed on March 12, 2020, I never imagined it would be almost a year before I would again hear the sounds of our children in the halls of building. School staff is so looking forward to welcoming sophomores and juniors next week.

Also, a huge thank you to the PTSA who welcomed teachers to the first day of in-person learning by stocking work rooms with snacks and beverages. The organization’s support of our teachers and staff is tremendously appreciated.

Here are this week’s Saxon Shout-outs!!

Congratulations to the following students who have been named National Merit Finalists by the National Merit Scholarship Corp. You are commended for earning this distinguished honor.

Selena Akay
Justin Bahr
Claire Zou Chou
Ishan Dogra
Otto Janke
Joshua Jones
Victoria Li
Mikael Nguyen
Michael Pang
Alisha Zhu Qian
Christina Wang
Jasmin Jing Ming Wang
Seohyun Yoon

Please congratulate all of the students on a job well done at last weekend’s University of Virginia’s Model UN competition for high school students. Our team won the Outstanding Large Team Delegation award!

Social, Humanitarian & Cultural Committee (SOCHUM):
Mei Torrey: Honorable Delegation

Special Political & Decolonization Committee (SPECPOL):
Zain Rahman: Verbal Commendation
Sylvia Cheng: Outstanding Delegation

World Health Organization (WHO):
Ben Tran: Honorable Delegation
Shivika Anand: BEST DELEGATION

United Nations Economic Programme (UNEP):
Julia Fremberg: Verbal Commendation
McKenzie Hiek: Honorable Delegation

International Olympic Committee (IOC):
Kevin Farnsworth: Verbal Commendation
Zane Al-Dalli: Honorable Delegation

Aztec Empire: 1519:
Zachary Tam: Verbal Commendation
Nadia Malik: Honorable Delegation

Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee:
Kalyna Vickers: Verbal Commendation

United Nations Security Council (UNSC):
Neil Kohli & Shreya Papneja: BEST DELEGATION

United Nations Security Council 2019:
Max Ellis: BEST DELEGATION

JFK Administration:
Anand Menon: BEST DELEGATION

Vogue Board of Directors:
Zoe Wang: Honorable Delegation

Phineas & Ferb: A Tri-State in Peril (Novice):
Spencer Nash: Outstanding Delegation

Jefferson Committees on Diplomacy
JCD: Specialized:
Daniel Kalish: Honorable Delegation

JCD: Crisis:
Ritvik Chennupati: Honorable Delegation

Congratulations to Langley Orchestra for their production of another phenomenal virtual concert. The concert, which premiered last weekend, highlighted holiday music. In Saxon Country we aren’t bound by the calendar; beautiful music and wonderful talent is celebrated daily! Please take time to pause and enjoy the sounds of our wonderful musicians.

Staff has been overjoyed to welcome students back to the building this week. However, this has been dampened by the news of two Covid cases. As we continue to deal with the pandemic, it is imperative that we all remain vigilant. I respectfully ask that everyone does everything they can to help mitigate the spread of the virus. We all remain safest at home so it remains important that students who are participating in in-person learning and/or school activities limit their interactions with people not in their households. While staff members have had the opportunity to be vaccinated, our children remain vulnerable. Students and staff are worried about contracting the virus. We must be committed to doing all we can to ensure everyone’s safety. Thank you for your understanding and support.

Wishing you wellness,

 

This Week at Langley

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LANGLEY CALENDAR

All events listed below are available on the “Langley Calendar”.  You can click on the event for additional information.

Go to the Langley Calendar NOW! Add to your favorites for easy access.

Tuesday, March 2

-In-Person Instruction Group 8 begins: Grades 9, 12

Friday, March 5

-Two Hour Early Release

Monday, March 8

-Staff Development (Student Holiday)

Tuesday, March 9

-In-Person Instruction Group 8 begins: Grades 10, 11

Wednesday, March 10

-PTSA General Membership/Principal’s Coffee, 9:30 a.m.

Friday, March 12

-Senior Parent Forum, 11:00 a.m. 

Monday, March 22

-LHS/Share Food Drive, 9:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. 

Thursday, March 25

-Substance Abuse Prevention Series Part 2, 12pm or 7pm

Friday, March 26

-End of 3rd Quarter, Two Hour Early Release

Monday, March 29 – Friday, April 2

-Spring Break

Monday, April 5

-Teacher Workday (Student Holiday)

Did You Know…Spring of 2021 is the year of the Brood X 17 year cicadas? Trillions are expected to hit the east coast. Typically beginning in mid-May and ending in late June. These cicadas will begin to emerge approximately when the soil 8″ beneath the ground reaches 64 degrees Fahrenheit. For the majority of our students this will be their first experience. Here is more information.

FCPS-issued Laptops

As we prepare for our Saxons to return to the building, please be sure that you are using your FCPS-issued laptop regularly. FCPS laptops are optimized to work on the school network, unlike devices you may be using at home. Additionally, many school programs and tests are required to be run on your FCPS laptop. If you have not been using your FCPS laptop regularly, please begin doing so now to prepare yourself to bring it every day you are in the building. If your laptop requires updates, drive to the nearest FCPS school and turn the laptop on in the parking lot. The laptop will connect to the FCPS network and download important updates. Please submit an IT request if you are having difficulty with your school laptops.

Online vs. In-person Instruction

To view your decision, please be sure to log-in to ParentVue on a computer (the app version on mobile devices does not show this information) and click on the Student Info tab.  Your decision can be found near the bottom of the page. 

If you would like to request a change in your status, please use the link below.  ALL requests MUST be submitted through the link below.  At this time, we are unable to accommodate students moving from online to in-person instruction however, we will create a waitlist to review if/when conditions allow.  Should we be able to accommodate your request, we will follow up with you accordingly.

SY20-21 Instructional Method Change Request (Late): https://forms.gle/THr3g8VCZQDWukG16

Action Requested: Help save trees and FCPS $$ on postage by opting in to receive “Paperless” Report Cards (that can be printed through ParentVUE)

Parents/Guardians may opt into “Go Paperless” for report cards by following the below instructions:

  • Parents/Guardians can take advantage of the paperless option, by logging into ParentVUE, then going to “My Account” and selecting "Go Paperless!". This is the only way to keep a paper report card from being generated for students at the secondary level. All parents who share the same address as the student must have a SIS ParentVUE account and must select the paperless option.

Virtual Parent Education Series

Substance Abuse Prevention

Tune into this three-part Parent Education Series on Substance Abuse Prevention hosted by FCPS Substance Abuse Prevention Specialist, Kelly Rankin. The series will provide three 20-minute sessions for parents about the development of the teenage brain, impact of drugs on its development, and current drug trends. Each session is offered twice; choose the time that works best for you!  With a goal of building awareness and arming parents with the knowledge and tools to identify early signs of substance use, the series will explore parents' role in prevention, including how to have an effective conversation with your child about addiction.

Click here to join a session on the following dates and times: 

Part 2 - Drugs and the Teenage Brain on March 25, 2021 at noon and 7pm

Part 3 - Drug Trends: Identifying Common Household Items and Drug Culture on April 22, 2021 at noon and 7pm Kelly Rankin serves as a resource for students and parents with questions or concerns about substance use or addiction. She can be reached at Krankin@fcps.edu or 703-287-2744.

Fairfax County Public Schools Standard Calendar for School Year 2020-21

Click here to view and download the FCPS Standard Calendar for School Year 2020 - 2021

March 5

2-hour Early Release

March 8

Student Holiday (Staff Development Day)

March 26

End of Third Quarter – 2-hour Early Release

March 29 - April 2

Holiday (Spring Break) 

April 5

Student Holiday (Teacher Workday) 

May 31

Holiday (Memorial Day) 

June 11

Last Day of School, Year-End (Early Release) *

6520 Georgetown Pike, McLean, VA 22101 | Phone: 703-2872700
Websites: Langley High School | Langley PTSA | FCPS

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